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From JSchoreels <>
Subject [GitHub] camel pull request #1654: Adds javadoc to JDBCAggregationRepository
Date Sun, 23 Apr 2017 14:11:34 GMT
GitHub user JSchoreels opened a pull request:

    Adds javadoc to JDBCAggregationRepository

    As discussed in the mailing list about "JdbcAggregationRepository doesn't preserve properties",
I've added some javadoc in JDBCAggregationRepository to ensure people who search "propert.."
can have this info directly in the javadoc, as I had the problem myself.
    I've added a note for the DLQ uri, to ensure that people knows that if it fails in the
DLQ uri, it will be retried again and again. (I don't know if it's a a feature of all RecoverableAggregationRepository)

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    This closes #1654
commit cf8670e7d643b3fe07776c974840ea0b78060093
Author: Jonathan Schoreels <>
Date:   2017-04-23T13:52:22Z

    JdbcAggregationRepository : Adds some javadoc to clearly specify that properties are NOT
persisted, and other properties as described in

commit 3bf9847506cc0f963e3d5b0c6bc7774b0aab3f4e
Author: Jonathan Schoreels <>
Date:   2017-04-23T14:07:53Z

    Adds JdbcAggregationRepository java doc to make clear that deadletter will be tried until
it succeed


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